Flip a switch and change the lenses on these high-performance shades.
All it takes is a flip of a switch to change out the polarized lenses of the Oakley Women's Radarlock Edge Sunglasses. Oakley's unique Switchlock Technology makes it simple to swap lenses so you always have the right lenses to match the light. These shades fit the bill for elite runners, mountain bikers, and other endurance athletes who demand seamless optical performance.
- Impact-resistant Plutonite lenses offer crystal-clear optical performance and superior eye protection thanks to High Definition Optics
- Polarized lens technology eliminates the glare from highly reflective surfaces like water, metal, and ice or snow
- Plutonite lenses filter out 100% of UVA/UVB/UVC and harmful blue light up to 400nm no matter what color the lenses are or how bright the day
- Polaric Ellipsoid lens geometry gives you the widest possible range of peripheral vision without distortion or sacrificing optical clarity
- Switchlock Technology allows you to quickly changes lenses with the flip of a lever where the arms meet the front of the frames
- Injected frames are highly durable, impact resistant, and smooth against your face
- Unobtanium earsocks feel soft against the side of your head and, when you sweat, these earsocks actually increase their grip
- Interchangeable nosepads ensure the most comfortable, customized fit
- Three-point fit means that the nose and temples keep the shades secured where you get the best vision possible
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Great glasses, weird color choice
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I love these glasses. Perfect in every way. The quality and function is great, and they fit my face perfectly. I have a normal to narrow (female) face, and it's hard to get good glasses that aren't too wide. But I cannot for the life of me figure out why the polarized model only comes in this one stupid color, that does not match any female apparel.
I ended up buying the non polarized glasses, and then a polarized lens, which makes it a lot more expensive just to get the right color frames.